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#1 Arpa

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Posted 04 April 2008 - 07:54 PM

The comedy of the millenium. Read em and laugh. Or, maybe read em and weep. Is this an April Fools' goof.gif day joke?
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AZERBAIJANI SCIENTIST: "MARKING THE 2790TH ANNIVERSARY OF YEREVAN HAS NO SCIENTIFIC GROUND"

Azeri Press Agency
April 3 2008
Azerbaijan

Baku. Laura Jabrayilli-APA. "Marking the 2790th anniversary of Yerevan
within the framework of the International Assembly of Capitals and Big
Cities on October 11 this year has no scientific or historical grounds.

Yerevan was established during the Arabic period. Yerevan and
Western Azerbaijan do not belong to Armenians or Armenian history",
Deputy Director of History Institute of Azerbaijan National Academy
of Sciences Jabi Bahramov told APA. He said that Urartu sources,
scientific works by outstanding Russian historians, Igor Dyakonov,
Azerbaijani academician Igrar Aliyev, American scientist Armenian by
origin Nina Garsia and others showed that the Armenians had nothing
to do with this territory.

"After the spread of Christianity, churches, as well as Grigoryan
church started missionary activity beginning from the fifth century.

The churches sent missionaries to different places, as well as to the
territories around Van Lake in Turkey. In the first half of the 19th
century Armenians started to settle in the North Azerbaijan occupied
by Russia and Irevan khanate, a part of Azerbaijan. Armenian state
had existed neither in Turkey, nor in the territory of Azerbaijan by
1918. On May 29, 1918 Yerevan was yielded to Armenians, as a result
of it they managed to establish state with support of the English,
Americans and French. After North Azerbaijan was occupied by Soviet
Russia in 1920, measures were taken to extend Armenians' territory and
19.800 sq km territory of Soviet Azerbaijan was yielded to Armenians
as a result of direct pressure exerted by Soviet Russia", he said.

According to historical data, the history of ancient Azerbaijani
land - Yerevan as a city, castle started after the collapse of the
caliphate. The territory belonged to the Sajis of Turkish origin, then
Salaris and Ravvadis, Saljug Empire, Atabeys, Hulakis and in the 15th
century belonged to Garagoyunlus, Aggoyunlus and Sefevids. In the reign
of Sefevids, Yerevan became administrative center of Chukhursheher
beylerbeylik, finally Yerevan khanate, and with the occupation of
North Azerbaijan Yerevan province was established, and Republic of
Armenia was established after Yerevan was yielded on May 29, 1918.

Bahramov said these were historical facts and underlined that
Azerbaijan's related bodies should take a stance on marking the 2790th
anniversary of Yerevan on the international level.


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Posted 04 April 2008 - 08:17 PM

Arpa jan thank u for the loughter... but do u imagine that these idiots think that it is the reality... lol by the way if u leave it up to them they found America as well!!! it used to be called azerica!!!

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Posted 05 April 2008 - 02:12 PM

Yes indeed, the same science that came up with this:

"Based on the abovementioned the territory of Azerbaijan has been referred to the areas of first human formation."

(from the the Azeri government website)


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Posted 10 April 2008 - 02:51 AM

Another "read em and laugh". goof.gif tongue.gif jerry.gif
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BIBLICAL MOUNTAIN PRESENTED UNDER NAME OF ARARAT IN TURKISH SCHOOL TEXTBOOKS
Noyan Tapan
April 8, 2008

ANKARA, APRIL 8, NOYAN TAPAN - ARMENIANS TODAY. The Turkish ministry of
education in 2007 prepared and published geography textbooks intended
for senior school pupils, in which the biblical mountain is presented
not as Agri Dagi but as Ararat (the official name of Mount Ararat in
Turkey is Agri Dagi).

According to Cihan news agency, the trade union of Turkish employees
of education and science expressed its concern over the "inexusable
mistake" of the ministry of education: "This error in geography
textbooks approved by the ministry in 2007 is inexusable because the
name "Ararat" has become a symbol of the so-called Armenian Genocide
today," the chairman of the trade union Ismail Koncuk stated, adding
that such activities of the Turkish ministry of education "contribute
to Armenian propaganda".





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Posted 10 April 2008 - 02:55 AM

QUOTE (Ashot @ Apr 5 2008, 03:17 AM)
Arpa jan thank u for the loughter... but do u imagine that these idiots think that it is the reality... lol by the way if u leave it up to them they found America as well!!! it used to be called azerica!!!

Yes, of course the Aztec are descended from those asseri-s just as the State of Kenturkey was established by the first furkish inhabitants of America. goof.gif jerry.gif

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Posted 10 April 2008 - 05:03 PM

I did not find it laughable, because I am quite used of their delusions. smile.gif

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Posted 10 April 2008 - 05:44 PM

QUOTE (DominO @ Apr 11 2008, 12:03 AM)
I did not find it laughable, because I am quite used of their delusions. smile.gif

Dear Domino, you take things a bit too seriously. You may be "delusioned" that you can talk sense to them. You should pipe down a bit and learn to speak to them in a language that they understand i.e. DERISION. Let then prove that Noah was furkish, and that he descended on Agri/kakri. goof.gif
BTW. Agri is none other than the ARMENIAN Agori/Aghori.

Edited by Arpa, 10 April 2008 - 05:54 PM.


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Posted 03 May 2008 - 02:58 PM

Nestle in Azerbaijan CD blunder
By Elettra Neysmith
West Asia editor, BBC News

The Swiss-based multinational food company, Nestle, has apologised to Azerbaijan after a free gift attached to a breakfast cereal backfired.

The CD-ROM featured information about countries around the world but the data on Azerbaijan caused outrage there.

It said that Azerbaijan had started a war against neighbouring Armenia and that the hotly disputed territory of Nagorno-Artsax belonged to Armenia.

Nestle has withdrawn the cereal and promised to seize the offending CDs.

Tense and volatile

Conflict between Azerbaijan and Armenia in the early 1990s over Nagorno-Artsax killed an estimated 30,000 people.

Hundreds of thousands of refugees were created on both sides.

And despite a peace deal in 1994, the situation remains tense and volatile.

Nestle inadvertently stumbled into a minefield.

The Azeri government vowed to take action, and there has been widespread talk of a public boycott.

Nestle has now issued a formal apology but some Azeris are still not happy.

They accuse Nestle of playing Armenia's hand, and are demanding more than just an apology to chew on.

Source: http://news.bbc.co.u...ope/7382415.stm

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Posted 03 May 2008 - 06:49 PM

Try Nestle's delicious NEW cereal: FACTS! (part of a balanced geopolitical meal)

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Posted 12 July 2008 - 09:24 AM

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You've got to give them an "standing" ovation for the best stand-up comedy. tongue.gif biggrin.gif
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Azeri Press Agency, Azerbaijan
July 10 2008
A commission on giving Iravan to Armenia to report to the Parliament
[ 10 Jul 2008 16:12 ]
Baku. Elbrus Seyfullayev`APA. A Parliament commission established to
research giving of historical Azerbaijani City Iravan to Armenia is
continuing its activity, said Ziyafat Asgarov, First Vice-Speaker of
Milli Majlis, APA reports.
He said outstanding scientists and intellectuals had been involved in
the commission he led. `The commission is continuing the researches
and will report to the Parliament's autumn session on its activity'.





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Posted 12 July 2008 - 03:55 PM

es shan tsnundner poxanak irents joghvirdin mi qich nayen n@rants ognen - joghovrdi pogherov datarkabanutyamb en zbaghvum

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Posted 12 July 2008 - 05:16 PM

QUOTE (Arpa @ Jul 12 2008, 08:24 AM)
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You've got to give them an "standing" ovation for the best stand-up comedy. tongue.gif biggrin.gif
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Azeri Press Agency, Azerbaijan
July 10 2008
A commission on giving Iravan to Armenia to report to the Parliament
[ 10 Jul 2008 16:12 ]
Baku. Elbrus Seyfullayev`APA. A Parliament commission established to
research giving of historical Azerbaijani City Iravan to Armenia is
continuing its activity, said Ziyafat Asgarov, First Vice-Speaker of
Milli Majlis, APA reports.
He said outstanding scientists and intellectuals had been involved in
the commission he led. `The commission is continuing the researches
and will report to the Parliament's autumn session on its activity'.



ha de yete amen shan hachots hashvi arnenq...................bayts jishtes tsitsaxelu a biggrin.gif
@st vracineri Ani-in el vra-cakan qaxaq a yexel

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Posted 14 July 2008 - 08:24 PM

QUOTE (ED @ Jul 12 2008, 06:16 PM)
ha de yete amen shan hachots hashvi arnenq...................bayts jishtes tsitsaxelu a biggrin.gif
@st vracineri Ani-in el vra-cakan qaxaq a yexel


Et es asoom qeri jan, ES nayi:

As we speak, the Museum of Fine Arts Houston is exhibiting Wine, Worship, and Sacrifice: The Golden Graves of Ancient Vani' (That's VAN+i, modern Republic of Georgia), a journey to the "birthplace of wine".

Amotn el lav bana smile.gif

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Posted 23 July 2008 - 03:02 PM

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About time that his own kind realise what a clown jester.gif masquerading as an historian he is.
We read in AZG that that comedian clown Haljoglu has been released of his office. We wish him good luck in his new career of a Stand up Comic in his new House of Comedy huh.gif goof.gif
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AZG Daily #141, 07/24/2008
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ՊԱՇՏՈՆԻՑ ԱԶԱՏՎԵԼ Է ԹՈՒՐՔԱԿԱՆ ՊԱՏՄԱԿԱՆ ԸՆԿԵՐՈՒԹՅԱՆ ՆԱԽԱԳԱՀ ՀԱԼԱՉՕՂԼՈՒՆ
Երեկ Աթաթուրքի անվան մշակույթի, լեզվի եւ պատմության գերագույն խորհրդի որոշմամբ պաշտոնից ազատվել է Թուրքական պատմական ընկերության նախագահ, դոկտ., պրոֆ. Յուսուֆ Հալաչօղլուն: Որոշումը հրապարակվել է «Պաշտոնական թերթի» նույն օրվա համարում եւ մտել է ուժի մեջ: Նա դասախոսական աշխատանքի կվերադառնա «Գազի» համալսարանում, որտեղ մինչ այդ աշխատել էր:
«Անատոլու» գործակալության հարցին պատասխանելիս, Հալաչօղլուն ասել է, որ պաշտոնից ազատվելու որոշման մասին իմացել է արձակուրդի պահին՝ ամառանոցում, եւ ազատման հանգամանքներին տեղյակ չի եղել: Կայքէջում, նշելով այս ամենի մասին, «Միլլիեթը» գրում է, որ Հալաչօղլուն անսովոր հայտարարություններով հակազդեցություն էր առաջացնում հասարակության մեջ:
Ի դեպ, նա մի առիթով հայտարարել էր, թե «քրդերն ու ալավիները հայկական ծագում ունեն», ապա իր ասածները սրբագրելու համար հրավիրել էր մամուլի ասուլիս, նշելով. «Որոշ հայեր քուրդ կամ ալավի են ձեւացել»: Հալաչօղլուի հայտարարությունների պատճառով նրա դեմ դատական հայց էր ներկայացվել, իսկ «Թուրքական օջախները» թիկունք էին կանգնել նրան: «Ավշարները թուրքերի պատմության մեջ» թեմայով գիտաժողովում Հալաչօղլուն որպես զեկուցող ամբիոնից հայտարարել էր, որ «դյոնմեների» ցանկ ունի իր ձեռքում, ապա շարունակել. «Մեր ուսումնասիրությունները ցույց են տալիս, որ քրդական համարվող որոշ աշիրաթներ իրականում ունեն թուրքմենական ծագում»:
Հ. Չ.
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Maybe now we can hire him to rewrite our own history.

Edited by Arpa, 23 July 2008 - 03:27 PM.


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Posted 07 August 2008 - 08:25 AM

http://www.reporter....dfs/A0726-E.pdf
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The president of furkey has visited the ruins of Ani and has come meters away from the Arm-furk border, so much so that he could see people across.
He has also confessed that furks first enetered Armenian through the "gates of Ani". See story on page 1 and 3.
"built in 1034. “Ani is a very important
place for us because Turks first
entered Anatolia through Ani,”
he
said in Turkish, as translated by an
interpreter.
Mr. Gül them moved closer to
Turkish soldiers stationed in the
area and asked them whether Armenians
continue to use explosives
in mines across the border. Turkish
officials blame Armenians for the
deterioration of the churches and
other historical sites in Ani"

Could it be that he is a “closet Armenian”, that his family name was in fact “gulezian/ smiley”?
goof.gif goof.gif goof.gif

Edited by Arpa, 07 August 2008 - 08:46 AM.


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Posted 09 August 2008 - 10:18 AM

QUOTE (Arpa @ Aug 7 2008, 11:25 AM)
http://www.reporter....dfs/A0726-E.pdf
goof.gif goof.gif goof.gif
The president of furkey has visited the ruins of Ani and has come meters away from the Arm-furk border, so much so that he could see people across.
He has also confessed that furks first enetered Armenian through the "gates of Ani". See story on page 1 and 3.
"built in 1034. “Ani is a very important
place for us because Turks first
entered Anatolia through Ani,”
he
said in Turkish, as translated by an
interpreter.
Mr. Gül them moved closer to
Turkish soldiers stationed in the
area and asked them whether Armenians
continue to use explosives
in mines across the border. Turkish
officials blame Armenians for the
deterioration of the churches and
other historical sites in Ani"

Could it be that he is a “closet Armenian”, that his family name was in fact “gulezian/ smiley”?
goof.gif goof.gif goof.gif


Or perhaps Vartian?


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Posted 09 August 2008 - 04:21 PM

QUOTE (Boghos @ Aug 9 2008, 05:18 PM)
Or perhaps Vartian?

Touche!!!
Very good Boghos.
Just for that you get a dozen of Karmir Vard- smile.gif biggrin.gif tongue.gif
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Edited by Arpa, 09 August 2008 - 05:58 PM.


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Posted 09 August 2008 - 05:25 PM

QUOTE (Arpa @ Aug 7 2008, 09:25 AM)
http://www.reporter....dfs/A0726-E.pdf
goof.gif goof.gif goof.gif
The president of furkey has visited the ruins of Ani and has come meters away from the Arm-furk border, so much so that he could see people across.
He has also confessed that furks first enetered Armenian through the "gates of Ani". See story on page 1 and 3.
"built in 1034. “Ani is a very important
place for us because Turks first
entered Anatolia through Ani,”
he
said in Turkish, as translated by an
interpreter.
Mr. Gül them moved closer to
Turkish soldiers stationed in the
area and asked them whether Armenians
continue to use explosives
in mines across the border. Turkish
officials blame Armenians for the
deterioration of the churches and
other historical sites in Ani"

Could it be that he is a “closet Armenian”, that his family name was in fact “gulezian/ smiley”?
goof.gif goof.gif goof.gif



Such slander from the gavur-ermeni-reporter-dötkyom website...

Everyone knows that every monument EVER constructed in Anatolia (and beyond) was the work of the proto-hominid Turkic-Turanian super ancestors, the founders of Ur & Urartu.

Nobody entered through Ani, sillies! They simply went around for a walk...Mr. AtaRepbublik of Chumhuri would NEVER utter such an absurdity!!!

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Posted 01 September 2008 - 06:39 PM

<h1 class="big center">BAKO SAHAKIAN IS EMPOWERED</h1>
  • The Refugees and International Law civil society network has sent the recurrent portion of applications to NKR President Bako Sahakian.

    “Armenians of Azerbaijan are hopeful that NKR authorities will restore the violated rights of over 500 thousand people who underwent displacement, will pursue adequate compensation for the moral damage inflicted on them by the Republic of Azerbaijan, to bring into being their claim to regain their Homeland and the country of their citizenship,” says the letter addressed to NKR President Bako Sahakian.

    “Hereby Armenians of Azerbaijan reassert their confidence in the legitimate government of NKR and authorize it to act on their behalf. The Refugees and International Law civil society network already has tens of thousands of applications addressed to you, and their number increases.”


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Posted 01 September 2008 - 07:10 PM

It was recently discovered that when God said "let there be light", he was talking to an Azeri. biggrin.gif lol.gif




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